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The study was conducted by Imperial College London and published in the journal Ultrasound in Obstrtrics and Gynecology.The study was conducted by Imperial College London and published in the journal Ultrasound in Obstrtrics and Gynecology.

COVID-19 in pregnancy not linked to still birth or baby death, new study suggests | UK News | Sky News

The UK variant is in Ohio. The vaccines are effective so far, but here's what you need to know.The UK variant is in Ohio. The vaccines are effective so far, but here's what you need to know.

UK variant: Coronavirus strain is in Ohio. Here's what to know

While several new variants of the Covid-19 virus have been identified, with mutations that increase their transmissibility, experts say that the precautions already being taken are enough for now   While several new variants of the Covid-19 virus have been identified, with mutations that increase their transmissibility, experts say that the precautions already being taken are enough for now   

New Covid strains: Do we need to worry?  - India Today Insight News

After accounting for other risk factors, the Covid-19 rate in pregnant women there was 70% higher than in non-pregnant adults, according to a report in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. Pregnant women in non-white racial/ethnic groups were particularly vulnerable.After accounting for other risk factors, the Covid-19 rate in pregnant women there was 70% higher than in non-pregnant adults, according to a report in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. Pregnant women in non-white racial/ethnic groups were particularly vulnerable.

Pregnant women infected by Covid-19 at higher rate, reveals study

Life had pretty much returned to normal in India’s bustling cities since the beginning of the year with streets filled with people, marketplaces booming and the smell of street food filling the air.Life had pretty much returned to normal in India’s bustling cities since the beginning of the year with streets filled with people, marketplaces booming and the smell of street food filling the air.

India coronavirus: 240 new COVID strains found as cases suddenly surge

The study by Imperial College London, which included medical records from 4,004 women in the US and UK, found that no newborn babies died of Covid-19 and mothers' risk was the same as average.The study by Imperial College London, which included medical records from 4,004 women in the US and UK, found that no newborn babies died of Covid-19 and mothers' risk was the same as average.

Pregnant women with Covid are NOT at higher risk of miscarriage | Daily Mail Online

The findings of a recent study suggested that antibodies that help in guarding against the Covid-19 virus are transferred from mothers to their babies while in the womb.The findings of a recent study suggested that antibodies that help in guarding against the Covid-19 virus are transferred from mothers to their babies while in the womb.

Covid-19 antibodies are transferred from pregnant women to their babies: Study | Hindustan Times

Pregnant women become infected with the new coronavirus at higher rates than other adults, according to new data. Between March and June in WashingtonPregnant women become infected with the new coronavirus at higher rates than other adults, according to new data. Between March and June in Washington

Pregnant women being infected at higher rates; COVID-19 from UK variant lasting longer - Times of India

Pregnant women not only have a higher risk of getting infected with COVID-19, but they may also face a higher mortality rate, according to a new published study.Pregnant women not only have a higher risk of getting infected with COVID-19, but they may also face a higher mortality rate, according to a new published study.

Pregnant women face higher odds of coronavirus infection, study says

COVID-19 IN PREGNANCY - COVID-19 infection in pregnancy is not associated with stillbirth or early neonatal death, according to a new study.COVID-19 IN PREGNANCY - COVID-19 infection in pregnancy is not associated with stillbirth or early neonatal death, according to a new study.

COVID-19 infection in pregnancy not linked with still birth or baby death | Imperial News | Imperial College London

Added to the fact that pregnant women with COVID-19 have higher rates of severe illness, the new study 'strongly suggests that pregnant people should be broadly prioritized for COVID-19 vaccine allocation,' according to a report in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology.  Added to the fact that pregnant women with COVID-19 have higher rates of severe illness, the new study 'strongly suggests that pregnant people should be broadly prioritized for COVID-19 vaccine allocation,' according to a report in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. 

COVID SCIENCE: Pregnant women being infected at higher rates | ABS-CBN News

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for pregnant women? Experts explain why recommendations have been confusing and whether or not pregnant women should be immunized.Plus, why the recommendations have been a bit confusing so far.

Should Pregnant Women Get a COVID-19 Vaccine? Experts Explain Safety